Results 1-20 of 3,628 for interruptions
- National Cervical Screening Programme: Statements (1 May 2018)
Pat Gallagher: No interruptions, please. The Minister to continue, without interruptions.
- Defence (Amendment) Bill 2006 [Seanad]: Second Stage. (4 Jul 2006)
Rory O'Hanlon: Yes, if there were no interruptions, but there were interruptions.
- Seanad: Company Closures: Motion (Resumed) (28 Sep 2011)
Ned O'Sullivan: No interruptions. No interruptions.
- Appointment of Taoiseach and Nomination of Members of Government (14 Jun 2017) See 5 other results from this debate
Shane Ross: This is welcome. I wish to address some of the issues raised by Fianna Fáil and by Deputy Troy with his interruptions - not his contribution because his interruptions are always far better than his contributions.
- Seanad: Special Educational Needs: Motion (29 Oct 2008) See 2 other results from this debate
Pat Moylan: There should be no interruptions, please. I will ask Members to leave the House if they continue to interrupt. There must be law and order in the House. That is the end of the story. I will not put up with interruptions from anyone. Senator Ã Domhnaill's time has concluded.
- Seanad: Judicial Appointments Commission Bill 2017: Committee Stage (Resumed) (14 Nov 2018)
Ivana Bacik: The Leas-Chathaoirleach did not interrupt me. A Chairperson should enable a Senator to finish speaking without constant ministerial interruptions. That is the point I am making. I am not making a point about the Chair's interruptions. I was speaking for the first time on an important section in an important Bill.
- Seanad: Order of Business (24 Nov 2011)
Jim Walsh: On the Order of Business yesterday a number of Members raised the issue of interruptions during the question and answer session on Tuesday evening with the Minister, Deputy Howlin, and I share those concerns. I have the transcript here. In my two-minute opportunity to put questions to the Minister, the Minister interrupted me on six occasions and there were six other interruptions,-----
- Public Accounts Committee: Business of Committee (30 Mar 2017)
David Cullinane: I identified this pattern yesterday and it needs to be dealt with by the Chairman, with respect. Why the constant interruptions when we make points? A fair procedure would be to put one's hand up, wait until the person makes his or her point and if one disagrees with the person, then one can come back in. The constant interruptions are a source of irritation for those of us who simply want...
- Seanad: Water Services Bill 2014: Committee Stage (19 Dec 2014) See 26 other results from this debate
Denis O'Donovan: That is a matter for me. Allow Senator Daly to continue please. Because of the interruptions Senator Daly has had twice the normal speaking time. There were five interruptions. If Senators do not like his contribution, or what he is saying, they can leave the Chamber. The Minister is listening to him. We have been speaking about one section for four and a half hours. If we keep going...
- Seanad: Order of Business (Resumed) (25 Oct 2007)
Pat Moylan: To be fair to speakers and to the Leader, interruptions should not be made across the floor as the Leader may find it impossible to respond to matters raised on the Order of Business. Senators will then complain that the Leader did not reply to a query they raised but I would not blame him if he is interrupted. If interruptions do not stop, I will suspend proceedings. Senators who wish to...
- Seanad: Health (Nursing Homes) (Amendment) Bill 2006: Second Stage (7 Dec 2006)
David Norris: However, the interruptions certainly were most helpful. In fact I would scarcely describe them as interruptions. They were well intentioned additions to my comments from my friends on the Government side of the House, with whom I disagreed only yesterday regarding the Defamation Bill. I am glad that in the spirit of reconciliation and Christmas, all Members are again at one in attempting...
- Leaders' Questions (16 Jan 2018)
- Order of Business (16 Jan 2018)
- Road Traffic (Amendment) Bill 2017: Second Stage (Resumed) (17 Jan 2018) See 2 other results from this debate
- Seanad: Order of Business (17 Jan 2018)
- Seanad: Report of the Joint Committee on the Eighth Amendment of the Constitution: Statements (17 Jan 2018)
- Report of the Joint Committee on the Eighth Amendment of the Constitution: Statements (Resumed) (18 Jan 2018) See 3 other results from this debate
- Other Questions: Naval Service Operations (24 Jan 2018)
- Social Welfare (Payment Order) Bill 2018: First Stage (24 Jan 2018) See 1 other result from this debate
- Joint Oireachtas Committee on Justice, Defence and Equality: Equality (Miscellaneous Provisions) Bill 2017: Discussion (24 Jan 2018) See 1 other result from this debate